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... has been just sitting up on deck watching this stunning scenery while I read my book! It was COLD today, though, so sweaters and jackets were in order. We had to lug umbrellas, too, as it rained off and on.
In the late afternoon, we docked at a small city named Krems. It was a cute little town, with what amounted to a mall (all the major modern stores) with the facades of Austrian architecture. The four of us stopped ...
... churches and vineyards. We tried to spot the places we visited ten years ago, including Aggstein castle, Wosendorf, where we stopped for a glass of wine, and the town of Durnstein, where Arlene bought carrots. As we approached Vienna it became overcast and breezy. After dinner most of the boat went off on an excursion and we had the whole upper deck to ourselves to look at the lights of suburban ...
... long day as we went to Salzburg for the day. Finally left Germany and crossed Into Austria. Salzburg was lovely but wet. On the way, we had a beer tasting that commenced at 10.00am. Only the boys participated in that one. We then went to the Sound of Music summerhouse and had to sing "Sixteen going on Seventeen". Of course when we had our free time in town, that's when the rain came down. ...
A sombre start to the day as we visited Mauthausen, a former concentration camp. We had time to reflect and pay our respects to the victims of the Holocaus.
It was very emotional to witness the site where approx 122,766 and 320,000 lost there life in a horrible way.
... unfamiliar European towns. However, this is pretty much the way we usually fly out here, and it hasn't let us down yet.
At the end of the day, we found ourselves returning home with a feeling that might have escaped us a few times since we moved to Austria--the realization that we are actually living in Europe. As odd as it may seem, it can be easy to forget this when we're focusing on the typical mundane aspects of ...